Ultrasis, the leading provider of cognitive behavioural therapy for stress and mild to moderate depression and anxiety delivered by computer, is pleased to announce that Paula R. Sherwood, RN, PhD, CNRN, FAAN and Heidi S. Donovan, RN, PhD, along with their research team from the University of Pittsburgh School of Nursing have been awarded a National Institutes of Health research grant of C.$3,000,000.
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The Northern Ireland Health Minister Edwin Poots has visited a local GP Practice and reinforced his support for Beating the Blues.
Leading financial services company Legal & General have been awarded runner-up status in this year?s Employee Benefits Awards for the most effective health and wellbeing programme for employers with more than 1000 staff.
Ultrasis, the leading provider of cognitive behavioral therapy for stress and mild to moderate depression, is pleased to announce that it has entered into a research partnership with the Mental Health Services Department of West China Hospital, West China School of Medicine Sichuan University, Chengdu, Sichuan Province.
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An acknowledged leader in overseeing transformation in mental health services from clinical, managerial and policy perspectives, Ian - a Clinical Psychologist by profession - was, in 2009, the founding Director of the National Mental Health Development Unit (NMHDU), set up by the Department of Health and the NHS to support the development and implementation of mental health policy.
Ultrasis, the provider of interactive health care services, is pleased to announce that Organizational Health Inc ("OHI") will be making Beating the Blues available to its customer base as part of its new "workplace mental health strategy". This follows a successful evaluation by OHI of the program and its evidence base.
Ultrasis, the leading provider of cognitive behavioural therapy for stress and mild depression delivered by computer, is pleased to announce a substantial research grant for its US-specific version of "Beating the Blues"
Ultrasis has successfully completed recertification for ISO27001.
Ultrasis, the provider of interactive healthcare services, is pleased to announce that is has created a version of its flagship program, Beating the Blues, aimed specifically at the private practitioner market.
As part of our on-going campaign to raise the awareness of Beating the Blues as a treatment option for depression and anxiety, The Times newspaper have published an article how CBT can play an important role in diagnosing depression and anxiety.
Beating the Blues and Get Fit feature in Daily Express Article
Ultrasis will be one of the key sponsors of this event on the 22nd of March at the Manchester Conference Centre
Ultrasis are working with the European Commission?s Enterprise Europe Network to source potential new partners to further develop and license ?Beating the Blues?, its evidence based treatment program for depression and anxiety, across the European Union marketplace.
Ultrasis, the provider of interactive healthcare services, is pleased to announce that its joint venture with UPMC, U2 Interactive, has successfully secured its first contract in the United States with MultiCare Health System
Ultrasis, the provider of interactive healthcare services, is pleased to announce that its flagship product for the treatment of depression, Beating the Blues, is to be used in a pilot project by the US Veterans Administration.
Ultrasis, the provider of interactive health care services, is pleased to announce that a Canadian company, Organizational Health Inc ("OHI"), has agreed to 'pilot' Beating the Blues, for a 6 month period, to help gather local evidence on the benefits of using the program within the Canadian system